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Turnover at Deutsche Börse's cash markets at 102.6 billion euros in February

Order book turnover on Xetra, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Tradegate stood at €102.6 billion in February (February 2013: €93 billion). Of the €102.6 billion, €93.4 billion were attributable to Xetra (February 2013: €85.2 billion). €4.7 billion were attributable to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (February 2013: €4.5 billion). Order book turnover on Tradegate Exchange* totalled approximately €4.6 billion in February (February 2013: €3.3 billion).

In equities, turnover reached €88.7 billion on Deutsche Börse’s cash markets (Xetra: €82.4 billion, Frankfurt Stock Exchange: €2.2 billion, Tradegate Exchange: €4.2 billion). Turnover in bonds was €1.1 billion, and in structured products €1.4 billion. Order book turnover in ETFs/ETCs/ETNs amounted to €11.2 billion.

A total of 16.7 million transactions were executed on Xetra in February (February 2013: 15.2 million). The average daily turnover on Xetra stood at €4.7 billion in February (February 2013: €4.3 billion).

The DAX security with the highest turnover in February was Daimler AG at €4.9 billion. Metro AG led the MDAX equities at €788.4 million, while Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG topped the SDAX equity index with €174.2 million, and Wirecard AG headed TecDAX with €278.2 million. The ETF with the highest turnover on Xetra was iShares DAX with €1.2 billion.

The electronic trading platform Eurex Bonds traded €5.6 billion (single counting) in February (February 2013: €9.6 billion).

Further details are available online in Deutsche Börse’s cash market statistics. For a pan-European comparison of trading locations, see the statistics provided by the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).

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